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PM Tells KTV Owners to Wait until End of November

PHNOM PENH: KTVs, night clubs and other entertainment bars are the longest businesses that have been closed due to Covid-19. Although the country has already fully reopened on 1 November, Prime Minister Hun Sen has told them to wait until 30 November.

On Monday, the Prime Minister has never forgotten the KTV and entertainment club owners during his speech at the inauguration of the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction. He says that the country has to be very careful in reopening in the normal way. He has told the owners of these businesses to wait until the end of the month.

The Prime Minister has working hard to fully reopen all sectors to bounce the economy back. But according to him, with KTVs and bars’ limited space, the danger of spreading the Covid-19 is fast. Last week, Phnom Penh governor Khuong Sreng has told EAC News that he is proposing to reopen the KTV and other entertainment businesses with safety measure in place.

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